Thursday, July 23, 2009

Is Wonder Calling You?

Robert Edelberg loves horses. He lived on a ranch and enjoyed the out-the-back-door access to his animals.

When he established a chiropractic practice in Palm Springs and remolded a dream home it seemed that having a horse of his own was a thing of the past.

Then came Wonder.

Wonder is a beautiful thoroughbred jumper. She had a habit of kicking over the top rail in competition so her owner decided to find her a new home.

One of Robert’s friends saw an email about a horse for adoption. She didn’t know much about horses, but she knew Robert. She sent him an email. He asked what kind of horse she was. His friend replied “brown.”

Robert went on with his busy day. Over the next few hours 2 more of his friends sent him emails about a horse for adoption. He ignored them.

When he returned home that night he noticed something odd in the bushes beside his front door. A playing card had lodged there. He lives in a windy area. Maybe the wind?

Or maybe Wonder calling. The card was an Ace with a picture of a horse on it that looked just like –Wonder.

Robert figured he had to at least visit her in the high desert where she was boarded. He fell in love with a horse named Wonder.

When he noticed a cut on her leg, he contacted Wonder’s owner to report the injury and to say he was interested.

His friend, Steve agreed to board her a his ranch nearby. Wonder’s owner met Robert there and said “Let’s move her now!”

Miracles abound! The signs are all around, but if you are listening to a played-out old sad song, trapped in a limiting belief system or just too busy with your day you may miss the call.
If Wonder is calling you, will you hear?

Photos of Wonder and Robert

To many wonders!


Robert Edelberg inspires me every two weeks in the Cathedral City Mastermind Group.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Giving Up Is Good Too

I’m learning to cut my losses. As some of you know the year attending Adult Children of Alcoholics meetings inspired me to write “Travelling Free: How to Recover from the Past by Changing Your Beliefs.” There is a saying those of us who grew up in alcoholic or abusive families understand all too well, “We stick it out through thin and thin.”

Many of us from all sorts of backgrounds adopted limiting beliefs that caused us to endure, manage, make-do, tolerate and settle-for-less. We curtailed our dreams and visions without even knowing we did it.

It’s been a long, hard long lesson but I’m picking up steam. It’s becoming fun!
Persistence has it’s place. It’s very useful, and popular trait. Giving up is good too.

I trade stocks and options on the internet in the morning and actually relish selling with a small loss in stead of watching it drop day after day hoping for a come back. It frees up so much more money for profitable investments. I like to sell those too. No tree grows straight to the sky.

I’m changing the way I relate to people. Some of them don’t like it one bit. I can’t blame them if they move on to more compatible relationships. I bless them on their way.

A few years ago I told the director of a retreat center director to take “warm” out of my bio. Not that I want to be cold, I explained. I’m just not wanting to attract people who are specifically seeking warmth. I’m more interested in being clear, powerful, understanding and loving now – sort of temperature neutral when I teach.

I may even give up on those piles of things I’m going to read some day and get rid of the clutter in my office!

I hope this idea will help you too. Look around your life and inside yourself. Is there something you’d like to give up on? Call it quits and move on with love, joy and new inspiration.

Sometimes giving up is great!

Wishing you the wisdom to know just when to persist and just when to give up that which no longer serves you.


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Monday, July 13, 2009

Handle Absolutely Everything

Would you like “A New Way to Handle Absolutely Everything?” Elese Coit dedicates her radio show by that audacious name to making the ‘impossible’ imaginable and the ‘difficult’ do-able.

I enthusiastically accepted her invitation to discuss one of my favorite topics, “What’s holding You Back? (and What to Do About It!)”

Join us to discover a new way to handle any belief that limits you this Friday, July 17 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.

What beliefs? The ones that block happiness, success, prosperity and love!

Miracles abound. Are you ready to accept them?

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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Declare Your Own Independence

Do you want to win independence from something that limits your happiness and creativity? Maybe fear? Poverty? Loneliness? Resentment?

We all create prisons of one sort or another with our own belief systems. We don’t mean to do it. But it happens every time we adopt a belief that seems true but is not.

A Personal Declaration of Independence can be a powerful step on the path to freedom.

On a warm July night in the woods an angel ( a real one) helped me to declare my independence from a life-long fear of judgment.

The liberty I gained that night still grows as does my gratitude.

More people responded to the story of what happened that Independence Day than anything I ever sent out. You can read about it (free) on my website:

Sharing a declaration empowers it. It makes it real. When other people join with you in your intention and cheer you on it works with the Law of Attraction to create miracles. If you would like to share your Personal Declaration of Independence here, I would love to read it and cheer you on. I know it will inspire and encourage others as well.

Happy Independence!